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Fair, Joyce: [ACJ]

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Joyce Fair performed on Broadway from 1914-1922.


Faque, Artemis:

Besides the EXIF info in the small Corbis pic I have of Artemis Faque, I have no other evidence to date that she ever performed in any Ziegfeld productions.


Fairbanks Twins, The (Madeleine & Marion): [ACJ]

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Madeleine:

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Marion:

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Madeleine Fairbanks: (November 15, 1900 - January 15, 1989) & Marion Fairbanks: (November 15, 1900 - September 20, 1973) The Fairbanks Twins performed in Ziegfeld's musical revue The Century Girl (1916-1917), the Ziegfeld Follies of 1917, 1918, and 1919, the Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic of July 29, 1918, and the 1921 Ziegfeld 9 O'Clock Frolic. According to the theater program, they also performed in the Ziegfeld Follies-Frolic Ball of 1918.


Falconer, Helen: [ACJ]

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Helen Falconer performed on Broadway from 1909-1918.


Falconer, Marguerite (aka Falconer, Margaret): [ACJ]

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Marguerite Falconer performed in Ziegfeld's Nine O'Clock Revue (Sep 22, 1919), Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic of 1920 (Feb 1, 1921), and the Ziegfeld Follies of 1921. According to the theatre programs, she also performed as Margaret Falconer in the Ziegfeld Follies-Frolic Ball (1918), the Midnight Frolic of July 29, 1918, the Ziegfeld Nine O'Clock Revue of March 8, 1920 (aka Ziegfeld Girls of 1920), the Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic of 1920 (May 31 edition), and the Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic of 1921 (April 11 edition).


Fallows, Ruth:

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(February 21, 1905 - October 8, 1980) Ruth Fallows performed in Ziegfeld's 1925 musical comedy Louie the 14th.


Farley, Benay: [ACJ]

I have found no evidence to date that Benay Farlay ever performed in any Ziegfeld productions. According to the Fritz Bauer Institut · Cinematography of the Holocaust, she had an uncredited part in the 1942 film Joan of Paris.


Farrar, Geraldine: [ACJ]

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(February 28, 1882 – March 11, 1967) Geraldine Farrar was a famous singer and author, educated in public schools and then a music student of Mrs. J. H. Long, Trabadello, Emma Thursby, Lilli Lehman, and Graziani. Her 1901 debut was at the Royal Opera House in Berlin, in the role of 'Marguerite' in "Faust". From 1906 to 1922, she was a member of the Metropolitan Opera in New York. Highly regarded as one of the great beauties of her day, as well as one of the great voices of all time, she had a long, passionate affair with Arturo Toscanini during his years as chief conductor at the Metropolitan Opera (1908-1915). Geraldine Farrar also performed in silent films from 1915-1920.


Fears, Peggy:

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(June 1, 1903 - August 24, 1994) Peggy Fears performed in Ziegfeld's 1925 musical comedy Louie the 14th, the Ziegfeld Follies of 1925, and Ziegfeld's Revue "No Foolin'" (1926). According to the theatre program, she performed in The Midnight Frolic of November 26, 1917. According to a photo I have from the NY Times Sunday rotogravure, she also performed in the Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic in December, 1917.


Feldman, Gladys: [ACJ]

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(September 28, 1891 - February 12, 1974) Gladys Feldman performed in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1914, 1915, 1916, and 1918.


Fenron, Dorothy: [ACJ]

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Dorothy Fenron performed in the Ziegfeld's musical comedy Sally (1920-1922) and in George White's Scandals 1923-1924.


Ferguson, Elsie: [ACJ]

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(August 19, 1883 - November 15, 1961) Elsie Ferguson was a renowned Broadway actress and silent film star. She performed on Broadway from 1901-1944 and in films from 1922-1930.


Ferguson, Hilda:

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Hilda Ferguson performed in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1923, 1924, and 1925.


Ferry, Mabel:

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Mabel Ferry performed in the Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic of July 29, 1918. According to the theatre programs, she also performed in The Midnight Frolic of April 27, 1915 (The Evening Mail) and in The Midnight Frolic of November 26, 1917.


Findlay, Ruth: [ACJ]

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(1904 - July 13, 1949) Ruth Findlay performed on Broadway from 1910-1942. She also performed in films from 1915-1919. (At least I think this is the same Ruth Findlay. Please correct me if I'm mistaken.)


Finley, Muriel (aka Finley, Murrel; Finely, Murrel; & Finley, Merle): [ACJ]

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(September 10, 1912 - August 21, 2005) Muriel Finley performed in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1927 and in the 1928 Ziegfeld musical Whoopee. Her images are often name Merle Finlay.


Fisher, Mildred "Billie": [ACJ]

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Mildred "Billie" Fisher performed in Ziegfeld's musical The Century Girl (1916-1917).


Fitzgerald, Zelda: [ACJ]

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(July 24, 1900 - March 10, 1948) Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald, born Zelda Sayre in Montgomery, Alabama, was the wife of writer F. Scott Fitzgerald, whom she married in 1920. She published an autobiographical novel, Save Me the Waltz, in 1932. Considered by many of her era to embody the quintessential flapper, Fitzgerald gained notoriety as much for her own exploits and as for her role in inspiring many of her husband's most famous characters, especially Nicole Diver of Tender Is the Night.


Fleming, Susan (aka Marx, Susan): [ACJ]

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(February 19, 1908 – December 22, 2002) From Wikipedia: "Susan Fleming was a Hollywood ingenue known as the "Girl with the Million Dollar Legs" for a role she played in the W.C. Fields film Million Dollar Legs (1932). Her big stage break which led to her Hollywood career was as one of the famed Ziegfeld Girls in the Ziegfeld Follies. She later ended her Hollywood career when she married Harpo Marx on September 28, 1936 with whom she adopted four children." While Susan Fleming does not show up in ibdb as having been in any Ziegfeld productions, there is a photo of her in the HRC Florenz Ziegfeld Collection and she is obviously dressed here for a Ziegfeld production. She performed in films from 1931-1954.


Flood, Dorothy: [ACJ]

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(September 10, 1912 - August 21, 2005) Dorothy Flood performed in the Ziegfeld 1928-1929 musical comedy Whoopee, the Ziegfeld 1930-1931 musical comedy Smiles, and the Ziegfeld Follies of 1931.


Flower, Carol: [ACJ]

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Carol Flower performed on Broadway from 1921-1923.


Follis, Dorothy (aka Follies, Dorothy):

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(c. 1892 - August 15, 1923) Dorothy Follis performed in Ziegfeld's musical Miss Innocence (1908-1909). According to a photo in Theatre Magazine, October 1920, Dorothy also performed in the Ziegfeld Follies.


Fontaine, Evan Burrows:

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Evan Burrows Fontaine performed in the Ziegfeld Nine O'Clock Revue (Sept 22, 1919). According to the theatre program, she also performed in The Midnight Frolic of April 27, 1915 (The Evening Mail).


Fontaine, Norma: [no pics]

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Norma Fontaine performed in the Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic of 1920 (Feb 1, 1921 edition). According to the theatre program, she also performed in the Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic of 1921 (April 11 edition).


Fontanne, Lynn: [ACJ]

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(December 6, 1887 – July 30, 1983) Lynn Fontanne was an Emmy Award winning actress who was a major stage star for over 40 years and who with her husband Alfred Lunt was part of the most acclaimed acting team in the history of the American theater.


Forbes, Angel: (see Forbes, Hazel)

The small Corbis image in circulation is misidentified as Angel Forbes. It's actually Hazel Forbes.


Forbes, Hazel: [ACJ]

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(November 26, 1910 - November 19, 1980) Hazel Forbes performed in the Ziegfeld musical productions Rosalie (1928), Whoopee (1928-1929) and Simple Simon (1930). There is a small image of her in circulation named Angel Forbes.


Ford, Helen: [ACJ]

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(June 6, 1894 - January 19, 1982) I have found no evidence to date that Helen Ford ever performed in any Ziegfeld productions.


Forrest, Norma:

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Norma Forrest performed in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1925.


Foster, Lora: [ACJ]

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Lora Foster performed in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1927.


Fowler, Harriett (aka Fowler, Harriet):

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Harriett Fowler performed in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1923.


Foy, Gloria: [ACJ]

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Gloria Foy performed in the Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic of 1921.


Frances, Helen: [ACJ]

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Although not listed on ibdb, Helen Frances performed in Ziegfeld's 1925 musical comedy Louie the 14th.


Francis, Noel: [ACJ]

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(August 31, 1906 - October 30, 1959) Noel Francis performed in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1925, Ziegfeld's musical Rio Rita (1927-1928), and Ziegfeld's 1929 musical Show Girl.


Franey, Agnes: [ACJ]

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Agnes Franey performed in Ziegfeld's musicals Simple Simon (1930) and Smiles (1930-1931).


Franklin, Irene: [ACJ]

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(June 13, 1876 - June 16, 1941) Irene Franklin was a popular comedienne who performed on Broadway from 1907-1930. She also performed in films from 1933-1939 and was nicknamed "The Most Popular Woman Vaudeville Artist."


Frederick, Pauline: [ACJ]

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(August 12, 1883 - September 19, 1938) Pauline Frederick was a performer and a director. She performed on Broadway from 1902-1936. She was also a famous actress who performed in 67 films from 1915-1937. Of those 67 films, only 15 survive.


French, Edna: [ACJ]

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Edna French performed in the the Ziegfeld Nine O'Clock Revue (Sept 1919) and the Ziegfeld Follies of 1920 and 1921. According to the theatre program, she also performed in the Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic of 1920 (May 31 edition). According to a photo in Theatre Magazine, July 1922, she performed in the Ziegfeld Follies show in Chicago in 1922 with Will Rogers.


Friganza, Trixie (aka O'Callahan, Delia):

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(November 29, 1870 - February 27, 1955) Trixie Friganza performed in Ziegfeld's comedy La Poupée (1897). Star of musical comedy and vaudeville for half a century. Took her mother's maiden name "Friganza" as her stage name. She was known as "The Champagne Girl."


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